Re: Retrieving top-level attribute value in XSLT 2.0
> Okay, I've now tried that. There is no change: the date is not sent > into my output document. what exactly did you try? the advice was correct /*/@from or adding xmlns:t='urn:TMSWebServices' to your xsl:stylesheet and using /t:xtvt/@from should both work. I suspect that you confused yourself by calling (this is the root element of the file...): ^^^^^^^^ the top level elemnt the root element, although that terminoligy is sometimes used, it's best not to use it in xslt/xpath as xpath (1) a root node is always the _parent_ of the top level element, not the element itself. So there is never a "root element". David
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